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187

1860, April 30

1.The Rev. Francis Thomas of [?] co. Pemb.

2.The Rev. W. Beach Thomas of Steynton Vicarage, co. Pemb.

CONVEYANCE of a m., tmt and lands known as Haythog Mill in p. RUDBAXTON and WISTON, co. Pemb., 20 a.

Consideration: £500

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LETTER attached from W. Beach Thomas to James Summers dated 10 April 1860.

Expresses satisfaction with the sale. Asks Summers’ opinion of the South Wales Railway Company and the Great Western.

188

1860, July 20

1.James Summers, esq.

2.Henry Philipps.

BILL for attending at the crown office etc. between 1 Dec. 1859 and 5 Jan. 1860. £4-19-8.

189

1861, Jan. 7 and 26

TWO CODICILS to the WILL of the Rev. W. Beach Thomas of STAINTON, Clerk.

190

1862, Dec. 22

1.Rev. Whittington Henry Landon, late of Creasborough House, p. Slebech, co. Pemb., now of Lansanne, Switzerland, clerk.

2.Charles William Corke, of Creasborough House, gent.

CONVEYANCE of m., tmt and dwellinghouse called Creasborough House with outbuildings, garden and appurtenances in p. SLEBECH, co. Pemb., and lands, field names given, amounting to 41 a.

Consideration:£275

Annual rent: £50

Recital of indenture 6 November 1844 between 1 and Sir Richard Bulkeley Philipps Philipps of Picton Castle, co. Pemb., bart, whereby the said m. was demised to 1.

191

1862

LETTER from Louisa D. Levitt to James Summers.

Concerns the sum of £300 owed by Miss Webb. Correspondent recommends payment.

[See 192, 195]

192

1862, March 13

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